The latest edition of Famitsu contains an interview with Aquaplus Producer Shimokawa Naoya regarding the Utawarerumono franchise. Naoya has stated that updates are planned for the recently released series prequel, Monochrome Mobius: Rights and Wrongs Forgotten.
Our team’s Ryuji translated the following exchange:
Interviewer: Will there be any downloadable content or update patches for Monochrome Mobius: Rights and Wrongs Forgotten?
Shimokawa Naoya: We have no DLC plans, but we have some update patches currently in the works. In particular, after many users commented about the NPC faces, we will be refining them in future patches. The reason we did not do so initially was to reduce the processing load required for the game, but since the Steam and PlayStation 5 versions do not suffer from that hardware strain, we will be able to implement it.
This title, which is only available in the West via Steam, has received several updates from publisher Shiravune, primarily involving translation faults and bugs.
Moreover, a new illustration was shared, celebrating the Utawarerumono franchise’s 20-year anniversary.
If you missed it, check out our review of Monochrome Mobius: Rights and Wrongs Forgotten.
Monochrome Mobius: Rights and Wrongs Forgotten is now available in the West for PC via Steam.
While the game has PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 editions in Japan, only the PC version has been localized by publisher Shiravune. NIS America localized the first game’s remake on PlayStation 4, but it is unknown whether they will do the same for this new entry.
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